The former Chancellor of the Exchequer has begun a lucrative career outside of Westminster
The former Chancellor of the Exchequer came to teach economic history at King's College, London, yesterday
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'The Lords was apolitical in the main. Peers tended to vote with their conscience. I remember saying when I was offered it that, although deeply honoured, I have an active career and couldn’t be a part of a House that is about legislation'
The former Chancellor said he stood by the 'collective decision' to hold the referendum even though it cost him his job
The former chancellor said the idea, espoused by Ms May, was contradicted by 'hard data'
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So far the impact on the economy has been much less than forecast, so on the face of it that should tip things towards the better end of the scale. The trouble is that quite irrespective of Brexit, revenue is low
The ex-Chancellor says he did not 'properly understand' how angry the public were with the establishment
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The industry shouldn't be allowed to use false claims as a way to stiff the victims of accidents that are no fault of their own
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Former Chancellor says it makes no sense to pursue deals with the likes of Australia, if EU trade ‘suffers dramatically’